BlueHat

BlueHat OP wrote (edited )

My assumption was that the 500 was somehow caused by the link I posted. I noticed that it's quite common for parsers to break around IPv6 links, like how they sometimes mess up when you put them in markdown or how Firefox tries to encode the square brackets in the url when you copy it from the address bar. Perhaps developers will pay closer attention to these issues if IPv6 ever becomes a norm.

testv6

testv4

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BlueHat wrote

Reply to by dhritimitra

That happens with many other eepsites for me. Since it happens to some sites more frequently than others, I'd assume that it's related to geolocation / (how far the server is away from you). I'm not an I2P expert, but the whole tunneling part seems rather complex and prone to latency issues due to possible problems with intermediate routers, so maybe ramble doesn't always resolve properly because of something going wrong in the middle of the connection.

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BlueHat wrote (edited )

Reply to by ____

Is it open source?

- futaba + futallaby + tinyib -

What are those links supposed to be? It seems like only one of them is pointing to a repository, although the other two also mention some kind of code. Am confused.

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BlueHat wrote

There's something similar on Windows, where someone would tell others to "open cmd.exe" and type del System32, which would destroy the core system files. Probably the simplest form of malware to ever exist. I've heard stories of people actually falling for that.

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BlueHat wrote

Do captchas even help though? They sure help prevent automated sign-ups, but spam? The modlog documents several spam waves that happened right before registration was disabled. Even Raddle suffers from this, hence why they currently enforce the same measures.

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BlueHat OP wrote

I experienced a few errors while posting this. At first, submission returned a 500 internal server error. Trying the second time (after removing the link from the "url" input area) outputed something on the lines of "invalid CSRF token". Third time's the charm - reposting once again yielded no errors. I think this may have something to do with the fact that I am posting from yggdrasil.

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BlueHat wrote

Good to now. I am currently researching about yggdrasil. It seems like great technology, and actually fits most of my use cases. I was getting tired of I2P's slow speeds, so I began digging deeper into alternative P2P networks that are less on anonymity and more on decentralization.

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BlueHat wrote (edited )

There is a bug on your search form. Any search result comes with a warning message:

Warning: Use of undefined constant allow - assumed 'allow' (this will throw an Error in a future version of PHP) in /var/www/html/forms_php/search.php on line 160 

The number of times this warning appears is equivalent to the number of search results returned.

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BlueHat wrote

I don't think there's any permanent solution to service providers deciding to not provide you with a service. One could hack their way through by applying workarounds where possible, although that's only temporary. Anonymity networks generally solve the tracking problem, but they come with their own issues. It's impractical to use darknets for daily tasks, especially when you have a slow connection, plus the lack of mass adoption.

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BlueHat OP wrote

Throat's interface looks neat, but I think it's more js-reliant than postmill. You could assume this just by looking at the languages used in the git repos, although that hardly ever means anything.

Phuks also has this "score" and "level" system which I don't really understand. And user posts/comments are only visible to logged in users. Maybe this can be toggled somewhere, or is only a feature specific to phuks, not sure.

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